This Thursday, June 2, Elizabeth II celebrates her 70 years of reign. During this Jubilee, Princess Charlotte has been seen to be very rambunctious.
A historic day. This Thursday, June 2, Elizabeth II celebrates her 70 years of reign. A celebration with great pomp broadcast and followed around the world. On this occasion, the Queen of England is surrounded by members of her family. If only those who have an active role within the Firm pose at his side, the others are also in the game. Thus, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made the trip in all discretion – which did not prevent the photographers from machine-gunning them as soon as they pointed a tip of their nose outside the palace.
In contrast, the Cambridge children are indeed taking center stage. Upon their arrival at Buckingham Palace, George, Charlotte and Louis caused a stir alongside their mother, Kate Middleton and Camilla Parker-Bowles. The smallest of the tribe even made fans crack of the British Crown waving awkwardly to the crowd. From the height of his four years, the little guy tries (somehow) to imitate his elders, much more accustomed to this kind of royal events.
When Princess Charlotte fights with her cousin
But his eldest is not left out, especially when it comes to doing stupid things. While in France, the televisions showed the military parade, behind the scenes, the British royal family was preparing to take their place on the royal balcony. It was at this time that some photographers immortalized an amazing scene. Through a window, we can indeed discover Princess Charlotte fighting falsely with Mia, the youngest daughter of Peter Phillips and Autumn Kelly. While the two girls aged 7 and 8 respectively were having fun, Kate Middleton tried to calm them down and separate themreminding them of the importance of this day for their great-grandmother. A cliché that will not fail to amuse the planet. Let’s not forget that despite their rank and important status, Princess Charlotte and her cousin are two children like any other.
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